San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
- Describe what sustainability planning aims to accomplish, and characteristics at the regional, community, and coalition levels;
- Describe the steps of the Strategic Prevention Framework and how planning for sustainability is addressed at each step;
- Communicate the essential elements needed to impact sustainability:
- Strategically aligning goals and priorities
- Strategically aligning resources-human, financial, social capitol
Mr. Shavel has extensive experience in the substance abuse prevention field at the community, state and federal levels as a community organizer, coalition director, trainer and technical assistance provider, researcher, and state prevention manager. Mr. Shavel specializes in technical assistance and training in the areas of strategic planning; needs, resource and readiness assessment; prevention program planning, implementation and evaluation; promoting youth involvement; and, community and state capacity building. Mr. Shavel currently works with CADCA’s National Coalition Institute to provide training and technical assistance to increase the knowledge, capacity and accountability of community anti-drug coalitions throughout the nation.
Who should attend?
These trainings are designed for the Vermont Department of Health Regional Prevention Partnerships (RPP) Grantees, RPP sub-recipients, VDH staff and interested community stakeholders. In the afternoon skill building session, participants will work in small groups based on regional prevention partnership communities.
This training is offered at no charge and is paid for through a grant from the Vermont Department of Health, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs (ADAP).
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Programs (ADAP)
Breakfast and registration begins at 8:30.
The day concludes at 4:00 pm.
Lunch will be provided
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please also hold December 9th as a "snow date" in the event the December 7th training is canceled due to inclement weather.
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